REP. Marjorie Taylor Greene said Nancy Pelosi is "tearing the country down" and slammed Joe Biden as a "pathetic fool" in a scathing interview on Wednesday.
Speaking during on Tucker Carlson Today, the staunch Trump ally also said that Joe Biden "doesn't deserve to be president", branded him "dumb" and called his son Hunter a "washed-up crackhead."
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Greene, a former supporter of the Q-Anon conspiracy theory, began by telling Carlson that Republican voters are growing tired of the apparent failures of GOP Congress members.
"Republicans need to do what they say they’re going to do, instead of just continuing to say it. Because the truth is, Republican donors and voters are sick and tired of weak Republicans who never accomplish what they claim they’re going to do," she said.
"But what I’ve been hearing from the big donors, all the way down to the sweetest people that can’t afford to donate ... is that they’re upset and very much done with the Republican party right now."
Greene called the situation "tragic" and said she "hates to lose".
"Tucker, I hate to lose," she said. "I don’t want to lose our country and I don’t want to see the party I affiliate myself with fail people.
"And I don’t want to see people be disappointed, and I don’t want to see people lose their hopes and their dreams."
The Georgia representative continued that she is 'disgusted' by Congress and accused lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle of failing the American people.
"Here’s why we are in trillions of dollars of debt. Here’s why our country feels like it’s crumbling. Here’s why this business - Congress is a business because it runs the country - is failing and failing America is because most of the people there are not qualified to be there," she said.
"There are people that can only succeed in government or academia, or there are attorneys who couldn’t build their careers big enough so they went into politics, or there are just people that pursued a political career because they loved that life and what Congress gives them."
Greene continued: "And so when I got into Congress, I realized that this is a system that is severely failing the American people and the American people have no idea how bad it is."
The conservative also spoke about her failed motion to introduce articles of impeachment against Biden just days into his presidential tenure.
"Joe Biden doesn’t deserve to be president, the man is absolutely pathetic," she blasted.
"He’s not even smart enough and his son is some washed-up crackhead and they’re a joke, they sold us out to China and Ukraine," she added, without evidence.
"So articles of impeachment? Yes, we need to put them in there. And every single Republican should be driving that message home."
Greene then called on her fellow Republicans to "put the fear" in senior Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Maxine Waters.
"These are the people that are leading our country right now and they’re also the people tearing it down."
Carlson asked Greene to describe her "interactions with democratic members of Congress day-to-day."
Greene claimed that the vast majority of Democrats have never spoken to her, the reason for which she theorized was that they had "judged" her from articles in the media.
"None of them do. They see me, they look at me and they always have these looks on their faces which amuses me.
"It's anything from, 'Ooh, there she is, it's Marjorie Taylor Green'," she said, eyes widening, "or to straight-up hatred. And then some of them can't even make eye contact with me because I think they're intimidated of me."
Greene said she believes her Democratic counterparts are "not used to someone like me" and characterized their purported hostility as "sad."
"I'm not used to working in a work environment where people are so hateful that you can't work together to accomplish something. And you're so hateful because of something you've read on the news but you've never spoken to me before."
When asked if she had spoken to any Democrats since arriving in Washington, Greene said she had spoken to "AOC" - or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez - who she described as being like "a high school student".
She also called AOC "childish" and said she reminded her of her two daughters.
"Actually, I think my daughters speak better than she does," Greene said.
Despite the "hateful" work environment she claims to work in, Greene said she didn't run for Congress to make friends, and says she has a firm "people over politicians" policy.
"I'm not there to make friends, I'm not there to be in the club, I'm not there to feel part of the gang," she said. "That's nice and all ... but I'm there for a purpose because I believe Congress is failing America and I believe Republicans need to be held to account just like Democrats."
Greene is no stranger to being held to account, having been stripped of her committee assignments back in February, following uproar over her past incendiary comments and apparent support of violence against Democrats.
She came under fire for old social media posts which included her history of trafficking in racism, anti-Semitism and baseless conspiracy theories on social media.
At the time, Greene said the historic posts, authored before she took office, did "not represent me".
Calling herself a "regular American" on the House Floor, Greene said she "stumbled across" the far-right conspiracy Q-Anon at the end of 2017 but stopped believing in it a year later when she "started finding misinformation."
However, she continued to spread false Q-Anon-driven conspiracies in the years afterward, telling a reporter in July last year that she was "concerned about a deep state".
Speaking to Carlson on Wednesday, Greene said she was "relieved" to be removed from her committees.
"I was like 'thank goodness, what a waste of time'. Why do I want to sit on a committee for hours and listen to their garbage when nothing I say, nothing I do, no resolution I introduce will change any of it."
Greene claimed that she's actually been able to "achieve much more" since being kicked out of her committees, but failed to cite examples.
Carlson declined to interview Greene about her former Q-Anon beliefs, calling the topic "boring".
He did, however, press the congresswoman on the sex trafficking scandal enveloping Florida congressman Matt Gaetz.
Investigators are probing claims Gaetz trafficked and paid an underage girl for sex.
Greene called the allegations "a bunch of lies".
"There’s not one woman, not even a fake woman - not even an actress - coming out and accusing him of anything," she said.
"Brett Kavanaugh, he had women coming out and telling stories. Gov. Cuomo - plenty of women - nine or more, I’ve lost count - coming out and telling stories. But not one woman has said anything about [Gaetz]."
When Carlson wryly interjected that the media had accused Gaetz of being a "sex trafficker", Greene said, "they say a lot of things."
"They say things about me too," she added. "So here’s what I think: he’s being beaten up in the news and nobody has accused him of anything. So if there are no women accusing him of anything, it’s a bunch of lies."
The pair also discussed pediatric gender clinics for transgender children, to which Greene said she "cannot believe we're living in a country where child abuse is being embraced."
"It’s really mutilation," she said. "I don’t understand how we’re in a place that we are denying there are two genders when the two chromosomes literally say it - and the Democrat party is the party of science, and we’re meant to trust the science right?"
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She likened transitioning procedures on children to abortion and said "most gay people agree that we shouldn't be doing this to kids, we shouldn't be denying gender."
Then, in what appeared to be a reference to trans reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, who is running for California Governor, Greene said: "There's even a candidate running for Governor in California and I don't think he's gone all the way with the surgery.
"Sometimes playing dress up is just playing dress up."